Comments (12)
CatXFlash  +   669d ago
Awesome
CommonSenseGamer  +   669d ago
I read it as feedback not complaints. Yet another post on N4G that misleads.
Cueil  +   669d ago
negative feedback is a complaint... 6 of one half dozen of the other...
ziggurcat  +   669d ago
doesn't matter. once (if) this thing hits the market, it's going to go nowhere. hackers will make sure of that.
FlyingFoxy  +   669d ago
it's open source.. you can run emulators on it through linux.

So hacking it would do that differently how exactly?
CommonSenseGamer  +   669d ago
I personally think its great as you can take it on holiday, hook it up to a TV and you have a smart TV and can play pretty decent games and lots of media. Great for kids! Its priced so attractively that I'll probably get one for use on the second TV.
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Knight_Crawler  +   669d ago
You do realize that that Ouya was bulit to be hacked right?
Cueil  +   669d ago
yes... something tells me that's not going to turn out great for them
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Axecution  +   669d ago
@Cueil:

lol wut
Feralkitsune  +   669d ago
They never intended for that to be the final controller anyways. They said from the moment those came out that they were just placeholder controllers. Mockups.
Hazmat13  +   669d ago
i cant wait to get this!
doogiebear  +   669d ago
Are the analog sticks clickable?

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